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Data from: Cultivar resistance to common scab disease of potato is dependent on the pathogen species

All data from the paper "Cultivar resistance to common scab disease of potato is dependent on the pathogen species." Three separate datasets are included:

  1. A csv file with the disease severity of three common scab pathogens across 55 different potato cultivars in a greenhouse pot assay (Figures 2-5 in the associated paper). The included R script was used with this data to perform the ANOVA for the data from the greenhouse pot assay (Table 2 in the associated paper). This script can be used in R for any similar dataset to calculate the significance and percent of total variation for any number of user-defined fixed effects.

  2. A zipped file with all of the qPCR data for the expression of the txtAB genes (Figure 6 in the associated paper).

  3. An Excel file with the HPLC data for making the thaxtomin detection standard curve and quantifying the amount of thaxtomin in the test sample.

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Authors
Clarke, Christopher R.
(ORCID)
Product Type
Dataset
Publisher
Ag Data Commons
Contact Name
Clarke, Christopher
Contact Email
Public Access Level
Public
Primary Article

Clarke, C.R., Kramer, C.G., Kotha, R.R., Wanner, L.A., Luthria, D.L., & Kramer, M. (expected 2019).
Cultivar resistance to common scab disease of potato is dependent on the pathogen species. Phytopathology. Accepted.

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Funding Source(s)
Agricultural Research Service
8042-21000-283
Dataset DOI (digital object identifier)
10.15482/USDA.ADC/1503703
Program Code
005:037 - Department of Agriculture - Research and Education
Bureau Code
005:18 - Agricultural Research Service
Modified Date
2019-04-11
Release Date
2019-04-08
Ag Data Commons Keywords: 
  • Plants & Crops
  • Plant health
  • Plants & Crops
  • Genomics & Genetics
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